Community Eco Power’s Springfield Plant is located on 5.3 acres in Agawam MA. Operating since 1988, our facility combusts 408 tons/day of solid waste. We serve communities in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut. In addition to the three incineration units, the facility has an attached 500 tons/day transfer station.
This WtE facility was one of the first in the United States to successfully co-combust wastewater treatment plant sludge and fats, oil, and grease.
The facility has offset the use of 27,000 gallons of oil/day and counting. We produce up to 9.4 MW of electricity and reduce the need for additional oil or coal-fired utilities in the delicate Pioneer Valley region.
The CEP Springfield Plant uses three 136 ton-per-day Enercon (Pioneer Plus™) mass-burn refractory lined combustors with ash separating and eco/Tech sludge co-combustion (SRS) systems.
Air Pollution Control Equipment
The CEP Springfield Plant uses activated carbon injection with dry lime injection, followed by a fabric filter baghouse for fly ash collection.